Russia to Cut All Domestic Internet from World Wide Web
Russian telecom companies will have to re-route all Internet traffic to exchange points managed or approved by the Russian telecom supervisor Roskomnazor.
Russia Can Launch Own Internet, Says Moscow Diplomat
Russia has constantly stoked fears about the web, which President Vladimir Putin regards as a CIA invention.
Homoerotic Russian Video Sparks Viral National Craze
Across Russia, young people are dancing in solidarity with a group of aspiring pilots threatened with punishment for recording themselves dancing in their underwear.
Russia Is Threatening to Close Facebook Like LinkedIn
Russia's recent legislation has placed demands on the location of servers that have already ousted LinkedIn, in what could be a precursor to bigger networks.
Russian PornHub Users May Now Need Passports to View
One of the world's largest porn sites has introduced mandatory logins in Russia, synced with users' social media.
ISIS Uses It, Russians Love it: What Is Telegram?
The most infamous smartphone app in Russia at the moment is also topping the App Store.
Vladimir Putin Defends China's Internet Censorship
No country allows limitless "quasi-freedom" online, the Russian leader said.
Russia Blocks Third Porn Site in Six Months
PornHub, YouPorn and Brazzers have all fallen foul of Russia's online watchdog.
Hacker Claims Breach of 171 Million Accounts From VK
VKontakte has apparently been breached and a hacker is trying to sell the logins.
Twitter Suspends Parody Putin Account
Bloggers have complained Twitter has pandered to Kremlin trolls.
Russian Lawmakers Push to Regulate Officials Online
A new draft demands state employees brief bosses on information they have shared online.
Watch: Russia's Hit About Loving 'Someone Like Putin'
"Someone like Putin, so full of strength, someone like Putin who doesn't get drunk."
Pro-LGBTQ Users Hijack Homophobic Russian Hashtag
The trend "Gays Aren't People" was brimming with messages of support
Google and Facebook May Face Russian Ban: Putin Adviser
German Klimenko insists U.S. companies will have to comply with Russian law eventually.
Russia warns social media sites to comply with law
The future of social media websites in Russia depends on "whether or not they cooperate with law enforcement authorities", Vladimir Putin's online advisor said.
Ukrainian President's Tweet Prompts Russian Meme Craze
President Petro Poroshenko becomes 2016's first unlikely cover star.
How to Defeat Putin's Internet Trolls
A Kremlin youth group paid bloggers to post pro-Putin content and vote down anti-Putin YouTube videos.